/ (ləˈkəʊnɪən) /
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a native or inhabitant of Laconia, the ancient Greek country of which Sparta was the capital
of or relating to Laconia or its inhabitants
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How to use Laconian in a sentence
The Helots were a rural people dwelling on the lands of the Spartans which lay about the capital or in the Laconian towns.
This being brought, he leaped upon it, and danced some Laconian steps, which he followed by certain Attic ones.
I shall therefore omit these, and proceed with my description of the Laconian constitution.
In the Laconian dialect γερωια was its name; we also find γεροντευειν 'to be a senator'.Cato Maior de Senectute|Marcus Tullius Cicero
Will you leave each of the Laconian towns its separate autonomy?